Southwire Type TFFN or MTW or AWM may be used as fixture wire, machine tool wiring, or appliance wiring material as specified in the National Electrical Code 2 . When used as Type TFFN, conductor is suitable for use at temperatures not to exceed 90Â°C. When used as Type MTW, conductor is suitable for use in wet locations or when exposed to oil or coolant at temperatures not to exceed 60Â°C or dry locations at temperatures not to exceed 90Â°C. Conductor temperatures not to exceed 105Â°C in dry locations when rated AWM and used as appliance wiring material. Voltage for all applications is 600 volts.
TFFN copper conductors are annealed (soft) copper. UL listed.
TFFN is insulated with a tough, heat and moisture resistant polyvinyl chloride (PVC), over which a nylon (polyamide) jacket is applied.
TFFN is available in a variety of colors, lengths and gauges.
TFFN is heat, moisture, oil, and gasoline resistant.